Is anyone using a scanner with the white light technology? I am curious as to how they compare in accuracy to the laser scanners currently on the market.
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We have a Lava ST white light scanner, and it is currently sitting in our electrical room gathering dust. There is no doubt white light is more accurate...See more than laser, but it's not anywhere as easy to use, calibrate or maintain as a 3Shape. In my eyes, it's just not worth the hassle. Is the added accuracy...
Thanks for the informative posts. I haven't had any hands on with the Lava ST scanner. I did sit in on a presentation by Origin up at Lab Day East. Their...See more software seemed very user friendly. I had a chance to visit with the reps at Dentsply over in York PA and worked with the 3 shape scanner and it's...
Ten years ago, metal-based units made up 83% of laboratory casework. Since then, metal-free restorations have grown in popularity and—for the first time in 2015—metal-free units eclipsed metal-based workloads, 60% vs. 40%, respectively.
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